Melia Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf and Spa
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... s favorite), enjoyed the Gulbenkian Museum (art museum all 6000 pieces donated by one person), fascinated by the Tile Museum (learned all the different tile-making techniques) and of course listened to Fado (Portuguese blues-folk music). We ended our journey with a sunset sailboat cruise, seemed a fitting way to say goodbye to ...
... choice to eat on our own or with her and of course we wanted to eat with her to find out more about their life story. We tried to get Marco to have lunch with us as well but Ana said that would not be possible - I guess they have an arrangement with the restaurant and she didn't want to overstep their bounds. Then it was off to the Douro River boat trip. By this time it was 4pm and I could have been perfectly happy to have them drive us back to Porto while I slept in the back seat, ...
... a way people identify themselves. Historically, Portugal resents the Spanish because of prior occupation. This idea of complete autonomy, while respected today, is still a sore point of sorts for the Portuguese. All of the people I interacted with, from a waiter at the local diner, to students at the University of Lisbon, wanted it made clear that they were their own people, unique in their own way from Spain. I ...
... the weather wasn't on our side, by the end it started raining constantly but in the end the whole day was still amazing.
On our last day in Lisbon, the clouds parted and we took a walk along the river to the bridge and the inspired Christ the Redeemer. We continued along the river to Belem to visit Padrão dos Descobrimentos. After quite a bit of walking we took the bus back in ...
... sunny and warm....for the next 10 days! I just ducked out to the bakery next door to pick up buns (still warm!) to go with our breakfast with cheese, tomatos, cucumbers, fruit and coffee. We are planning our day as we watch Olympics in German, and continue an on-going battle on the scrabble board. We plan to have lunch today at the fire hall. Yes, the firemen put on a lunch every day to raise funds. A 3 course traditional Portuguese meal, with some choices (ie stew or fish) for ...